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Most common fanlight control is 2 dimmer switches in parallel to control fan spped and light, direction is still usually controlled on the fan body
requires 3 wire in the light box, and a compund dimmer, this one has left and right and fits a single switch box
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where a fanlight is used to replace a regular household fitting there is often only 2 wire in the switch box, either a sparky can fishtape an extra cable along the lamp cable, or replace the wire,
the 3 wires from the fanlight are light fan and neutral

some new retrofit fanlights have remote controls to negate rewiring

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I saved this text I found when I was researching this a while ago.
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Wiring a three speed fan switch
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